[wp-hackers] Shortcodes + wpautop() & wptexturize()
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Thu May 22 04:41:08 GMT 2008
wpautop/wptexturize should ignore the content of shortcodes, and allow the
shortcode handler to take care of all outputted formatting.
Else how is the shortcode handler supposed to get the data that the user
has supplied it?
If i supply a shortcode:
I want that exact code to be passed along
The same goes for if it contains special characters, HTML, or anything
else i can think of.
I think some trust needs to be given to a plugin if its chose to output
some HTML, its not allways WordPress's place to stand in and dictate how
it should speak(the html it outputs).
On Thu, 22 May 2008 13:56:41 +1000, Viper007Bond <viper at viper007bond.com>
> This is kinda RE: http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6444 but I thought
> take the discussion up here rather than re-open the ticket or make a new
> I'm (attempting) to write a shortcode-powered code posting plugin. You
> like [code lang="php"]some code here[/code] and it htmlspecialchar()'s it
> and other things.
> The problem I'm running into though is both wpautop() and wptexturize()
> both ruining the internals of my shortcodes by either formatting them or
> adding paragraph marks where I have mutli-line code posts.
> So I can think of three solutions:
> 1. wpautop() and wptexturize() get modified to not touch the internals of
> valid shortcodes. I have tickets open for this (
> http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6984 &
> http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6969 ) but I don't know how those will
> out or if it's even the best solution.
> 2. Bring back the before/after-10 code. This is also probably not the
> solution as it's ugly and adds tons of excess code.
> 3. I hook in pre-10 with my own filter, hack the $shortcode_tags global
> it only contains my shortcodes, apply do_shortcodes() to the $content,
> then put $shortcode_tags back to what it was. My shortcode processing
> functions will need to replace the code blocks with placeholders that'll
> survive wpautop() and wptexturize() and then at level 11, I replace my
> placeholders with the real HTML I want. Ugh.
> Any thoughts / suggestions on this whole ordeal?
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